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Fredrick Nzwili - Catholic News Service August 15, 2019
“The situation is too fragile; the future is very unclear. This is a country of coups, and anything can happen here,” said Bishop Andali.
An aerial view shows the power-generating wind turbines seen at northern Kenya's Lake Turkana Wind Power Project Sept. 4, 2018, in Loyangalani, Kenya. Catholic leaders welcomed the project as good for the environment and for human development. (CNS photo/Thomas Mukoya, Reuters)
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Fredrick Nzwili - Catholic News Service August 13, 2019
From a remote rocky and hilly stretch of the wilderness in Loyangalani district, the ever-present winds in the region effortlessly turn the turbines, producing 310 megawatts. It's enough to power 1 million homes, according to projections.
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Fredrick Nzwili - Catholic News Service July 17, 2019
Young people's intensified demand for climate action is a sign of hope during the planet's ecological crisis, said Cardinal Peter Turkson, head of the Dicastery for Promoting Integral Human Development.
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Fredrick Nzwili - Catholic News Service June 12, 2019
A prominent African cardinal has called for restraint in Sudan, as the ruling junta cracks down on peaceful protesters in the capital city, Khartoum.
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Fredrick Nzwili - Catholic News Service May 23, 2019
The Catholic bishops of Kenya, Uganda and Ethiopia are concerned about the increasing violence among herders, who are using sophisticated weapons such as AK-47s to protect their cattle against raids.
A Franciscan stands near U.N. peacekeeping soldiers in 2017 in the village of Ndim, Central African Republic. The recent death of a Catholic priest in the Central African Republic demonstrates the delicate nature of peace in the country, where a cardinal and an imam have worked to bring the population toward peace and unity. (CNS photo/Baz Ratner, Reuters)
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Fredrick Nzwili - Catholic News Service March 28, 2018
Cardinal Dieudone Nzapalainga of Bangui joined Imam Omar Kobine Layama March 26 in denouncing the priest's killing.
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Fredrick Nzwili - Catholic News Service February 23, 2018
While reiterating that the killings must stop, the bishops warned that the leaders did not know how to make peace, were confused, traumatized and feared peace.